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Vocabulary 12

Kansas History Words to Understand Chapter 12

ancestor a person from whom one is descended
conserve to protect from loss or harm
consolidating to unite into one system or whole
curriculum an integrated course of school studies
ethanol a renewable clean-burning additive to gasoline
ethnicity people sharing a common and distinctive racial, national, religious, linguistic (language), or cultural heritage
export to send to a foreign country for trade or sale
habitat a natural place where plants and animals live together
import to bring in from a foreign country for trade or sale
naturalized citizen an immigrant who becomes a citizen
preserve to keep or maintain intact
rural depopulation the decline of population in rural areas
standardization to cause to conform to a standard
tourist people who tour or visit places for pleasure
Created by: westfahl